Barry Williams from “The Brady Bunch,” catfish races, Belgian pies, free polka lessons, lumberjack shows and the first SnowFest in 23 years. What more could you want from one month?

July is packed with summer fests. Here’s a spin through nine of them that are just a quick trip from Green Bay.

Iola Car Show and Swap Meet, July 8-10, Iola

It’s already one of the country’s biggest car shows, but this year’s event will be a little more groovy. Barry Williams, who starred as Greg Brady on “The Brady Bunch,” headlines the roster of celebrity guests. He’ll be signing autographs at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. daily, and with any luck, maybe talking about the episode with the family car and the egg on a traffic cone. The real draw, of course, is more than 2,500 show cars and 4,000 swap meet vendors. The event, which was canceled last year, typically draws more than 100,000 people. Daily passes are $15 online and $20 at the gate; three-day passes are $28 online and $30 at the gates; iolaoldcarshow.com.

Gina Guth shows off Belgian pies at Belgian Days in Brussels in 2018.

Belgian Days, July 9-11, Brussels

The Brussels Lions Club is marking the 60th anniversary of Belgian Days with all things Belgian — and then some — at Brussels Town Park. Bring your appetite, because the menu includes homemade Belgian waffles from 8 to 11 a.m. July 10. Food stands will open at 10 a.m. July 10-11, serving Belgian trippe, Belgian pies, booyah, potato jutt (boiled potatoes, spinach, onions, nutmeg, bacon grease) and, for the less adventurous, hamburgers.